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. the bad news bugs are back. who better to tell us how to fight them than billy the exterminate tore hit show on a&e. what about the bed bugs it's an epidemic. is it good for sfwhis for? >> it is good for business but bad for everybody else. the bed bug shocked the industry. we never imaged it would make a comeback like it has tchl is bringing in a lot of revenue for us but pain for people causing it. >> is the problem that det the powerful toxic insecticide was banned? is that the problem? we don't have the potent enough weapons to fight them? >>> oo we have the weapons to fight them. the chemicals aren't really the problem. we are not sure why they are getting so aggressive. a lot of insects are exploding on us now and we are trying to keep up with it the industry is. >> do you know if they spread disease? do they spread disease, dr. mark seigel fox news medical team. >> they have an evil intelligence. they hide in cracks come an hour af dawn they make a b line for you one of them an nest tieses the area the other sticks in another tube sucks out your blood. they found 40 diseases in t
this trader, look what he it to us. putting troops in peril as he provided aid and comfort to our nation's enemies in afghanistan. fueled by the pastor's diverse plan since canceled to burn the tholy book, look at the td fiamericanrotests tha erupted for the second day in the war torn nation. one angry crowd shouting death hey set fire ouide one of our bases as if our heros over tre needed any more problems. from earler in today here is the president. >> this is a day of remembrance. a day of reflection. and with god's grace, a day of unity and renewal. they may seek to spark conflict between different faiths but as americans we are not and never will be at war with islam. it was not a religion that attacked us that september day, it was al-qaedana. a sorry band of men which perverts religion. and just as we condemn intolerance and extremism abroad, so will we stay true to our traditions here at home as a diverse and tolerant nation. >> geraldo: while there is physical renewal,here was little unity around ground zera today. we planned a celebrahetion tonight of the rise of the new world
on oprah with facebook billionaire founder mark zuckerberg who used the occasion to announce an incredible $100 million donation to help fix one of the nation's worst public school systems, that of newark, new jersey's largest city whose mayor is playing a central role in this extraordinary effort. >> $100 million? >> before we hear from all three men, christy, booker and zuckerberg, and before kimberly talks live in our studio with the fill's producer, hi, kim kimberly hi. >> here is shannon bream with the big picture. >> either the kids are getting stupider every year or something is wrong in the education system. >> shannon: the man behind the ex-ploy suv education documentary waiting for superman says it is the latter. david's movie about the u.s. public school system will hit theaters. it follows students and their families on their uphill battle to secure good education in a system gugenheim labels broken. d.c. public school chancellor michelle reid laided by some for her innovative ideas features prominently in the documentary and says it is time the country got a good look at what
taking a page from strom thurman's book. the only person in u.s. history to get elected to the u.s. senate as a write-in candidate and that was back in 1954. but murkowski is an incumbent seeking a second full term as senator. appointed to the seat in 2002 to succeed her father who went on to become the governor of alaska injuries she was reelected in 2004 but lost last month's primary to alaska attorney and fellow republican joe miller. it was a narrow defeat. which is one of the reasons for her decision to keep on plugging along in the race, this time only as a write-in. voters will have to physically write her name on a piece of paper come november in order for her to keep her seat. she says she has been hearing a lot from alaskans lately. >> lisa, please, please give us that choice because they told me we cannot accept the extremist views of joe miller and we cannot -- [ applause ] >> we can't. >> even the republican national committee doesn't agree with the decision and wants murkowski to accept her loss. rnc chairman michael steele saying "alaskans selected joe miller as the
to get these guys out as soon as possible, as safely as possible. tell us about some of this renewed effort going on down there. >> absolutely. first of all, happy 40th anniversary. >> thank you, man. the word spread each not southern hemisphere. >> that's right. as you mentioned the drilling has started in earnest. for the last week they have been doing what we call plan a. that's drilling 700 meters or about half a mile straight down with a massive drill that they say is the sure thing. but that's really about a four month process, they estimate. tomorrow, they are going to start what call plan b. that's taking one of the bore holes that they have been using to communicate with the miners to send them food and medicine and try to enlarge it. the thought is that could take two months, maybe a little bit more. they have also started to talk about a plan c, which is basically taking another bore hole and trying to widen it enough so that they can get the men out. geraldo: spur spirits? they are celebrities. how are they fairing? under a smik scope -- microscope so far under ground. >
on the history channel. welcome rick. he joins us from vegas. do people really have treasure troves or is is this one in a million things that happens only once in a while? >> no, i think there is treasure irv ry where. it is amazing some of the things people find. >> give us an example. show us what you brought for us. give me a little show and tell. >> this for instance. i don't know if you can see it on camera. >> push in on it if you can. >> what is it? >> that is faberge. russian imperial faberge. a couple was going through their mother's effects they opened up the sock drawer that was in it. >> hold it up again again and t what it is worth. tell us what it really is. >> they thought it was worth around $2,000 i gave them 15,000 for it. >> 15 grand? >> i am hoping to get 20-25,000 for it. specialized customer that buys something wliek this. >> i have a question for you in a more general sense. see how well i can get this open. >> don't break it? >> it is made out of vellum. it is really tough. >> in this situation i don't know if you can see the signatures. >> tells what it is.
mr. boehner, mr. boboeh. >> he wants to separate us and them the have nots and the haves. you are looking at a top bracket going up significantly. 13 percent. over two-thirds of small businesses are taxed under that bracket. >> i hear that about the small businesses all of the time. but this is a small business where the owner of the small business and his wife are making $250,000 or more. they make the money in the salary but they are making ermo than a quarter million a year so the small business thing, isn't it relative steve really? >> i don't think it's relative when you look at how many are employed. this small business is maybe a -- >> that's what they are making. they are taking home 250,000. so that doesn't effect the people they are paying. those are costs of doing business. >> it does. it does. what effects theme a huge amoun is the uncertainty mr. geraldo. >> you can call me geraldo. >> i wanted to be respectful because i am significantly younger. >> it has uncertainty in people they are less likely to expand and less likely to hire people. >> that's w what the peo
himself. >> come forth and bestow these blessings of hell upon us. >> forced under grounds by the religious hysteria satanism was resurrected first by allison crowley in the 21st century. it entered the modern era about 25 years ago under guidance of a california based high priest a present day devil worshipper. he founded the church of satan now despite the preachings of evil and hate the church and off chutes are constitutionally protected religions. >> i believe that hate is necessary in a controlled way sus as much as love is necessary. >> however sensational the revelations about him might have been -- her in a normal election year to bill crystal and laura ingram the only thing that counts if elected christine o'donnell can be counted on to vote against the obama socialist agenda. to other republicans like karl rover the unconventional path is not helpful. >> this is about what is a winning strategy. there are serious questions that have been raised about ms. o'donnell background character statements and previous actions. >> nobody knew who she was prior to last week.
stumbles, scott rasmus son told us today out-of-state critics might as well shut up. it's similar to a family where members can say stuff about each other but outsiders cannot. so there's really nothing that could happen where she could lose that seat to a democrat this year. which leaves me, folks, to the larger point, watch. >> absolutely no doubt at this point, it's a republican year. and very probably a big republican year. >> which brings us to republican strategist noel and susan. welcome. you first. welcome both of you. how dumb was it for the obama administration to take janet napolitano, a democratic governor from arizona who led the last race by 2- 1, take her out of that safe seat, put her in homeland security and allow the republican, jan brewer, to become the incumbent, gifting them with the state house in arizona? >> well, first of all let me state to another 40 great years congratulations. >> thank you. thank you. >> and you haven't changed at all. you look exactly the same to me. you know, hindsight is 20-20. i don't think the administration when they pick the gov
. [ applause ] it'sncer is scary and challenging. it is threatening. >> i used to haven a lesion righthere on the side of the neck. people couldn't see it. >> it absolutely changes a person's life when they receive the diagnosis.as >> i was swollen up so bad because of the tumor. i was barely able to walk. >> having to tell my children was vy, very difficult. >> it's your worst might mere. >> cancer isesn't like any disee we've ever faced, it's hundreds. >>. >> 40 years ago we knew so little about cancer doctors were hesitant to tell the deadly diagnosis. >> today it's no longer a dream to win the war because treatments are targeted to specific tumors. >> it's here in where they are surgically removed. that is the best case scenario for getting rid of cancer but with new radiation techniques and chemotherapy patients are living longer than ever before. in this special, patients and doctors will share their stories of strength and hope in their everyday battle with this dely b disease. >> it will be impossible to answer all your questions in this hour,o be sure to check fox news health.com
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